anonymous
  • anonymous
will medal IF answer is correct Which pronoun best completes the sentence? How is the pronoun used? The owners of the bicycles are __________. A. them; predicate nominative B. they; predicate nominative C. they; subject D. them; subject
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sasabina123
  • sasabina123
Do you have a guess?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i know it is with they
anonymous
  • anonymous
@sasabina123

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anonymous
  • anonymous
but i dont know if it is the subject or not
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you help?
sasabina123
  • sasabina123
So do you know the difference between subject and predicate nominative?
anonymous
  • anonymous
kind of?
sasabina123
  • sasabina123
"A predicate nominative is a noun or pronoun after some form of to be (is, was, might have been, and so on). Predicate nominatives are the bad boys in the back row of homeroom because they equal trouble. Here's what I mean: The verb to be, in all of its forms, is the same as an equal sign. Whatever comes before it (almost always a pronoun in the nominative case) must also follow it."
anonymous
  • anonymous
so its a predicate nominative right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
because of "are"
sasabina123
  • sasabina123
Yeah, pretty sure. Nice job
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok,thank you
sasabina123
  • sasabina123
np

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